The “Latino Canadian Chamber of Commerce” is a new professional non- profit organization. Our mission is “to create a bridge where the cultural and economic strengths of the Latino community can be united and strengthened”.
One of the most important responsibilities of our organization is to seek all Hispanic businesses in order to network and achieve economic growth in our community. With stabilizing our own commerce we can gain economic strength within our city. Our organization, called the “Latino Canadian Chamber of Commerce”, is looking for active members and ambassadors who share our vision and ambition.
Edmonton, the capital of our Alberta, has a vast number of Latino professionals and Latino owned businesses which have been operating successfully for many years. We are taking steps to organize and develop our businesses, in order for our community to prosper whether it is professional, commercial, social, or athletic.
All organizations, businesses, and societies that would like to gain more information regarding the Latino Canadian Chamber of Commerce, are invited to leave their contact information, such as a business card or e-mail address and one of our membership representatives will contact you. The directors are available to answer any questions you may have.
At the moment, we have various members and have an endless amount of interest within the community. Only united we can achieve our goal, as we have by example in other communities.
Minister of Employment and Immigration Honorable Thomas Lukaszuk, Fernando Triana, Emili Gomez, Katherine Kwan and Max Caravantes.
LCCC June 2010 Business Mixer event.